Evenings Nissan Hypercube Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver
Hypercube reward Canadians across the country for their creativity and their participation in social media
After four months of interactivity in the context of Hypercube, an exclusive campaign Nissan Canada that uses social media in order to reward creativity, 50 Canadians have seen their efforts rewarded with a brand new 2009 Nissan cube at three simultaneous price discounts that were held in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. Many of the 500 finalists, friends and other special guests have participated in these three events that crown the winners of a cube.
"Hypercube is an exceptional campaign for Nissan because it allows us to interact with our consumers in a unique and interactive way relevant," stated the vice-president, Sales and Marketing, Nissan Canada, Jeff Parent, who was a night club CiRCA Toronto. "The 500 finalists have created an extensive online community where they were in relation to each other and with members of their local communities and have truly made about the Nissan cube. It's great to be able to announce tonight who the winners are."
The 50 winners were announced during simultaneous events in CiRCA in Toronto, Club Soda Montreal and Gossip Nightclub in Vancouver. The finalists were unable to reach the scene were able to follow the running of the evening on the Internet. When their names were heard, the winners went on stage, or creativity was stressed and where they could celebrate their achievement. Over the coming weeks, all winners will receive a brand new vehicle from their local dealer.
Strong virtual community Hypercube that formed in recent months will continue to exist after this evening as the winners blog about their life with their cube for the next year. From what we have seen in the auditions, the 50 winners and their exciting adventures cubes.
This evening has also been an opportunity for some local Hypercube finalists, including singers, guitarists and visual artists, to demonstrate their talents during segments of the evening ENTITLED "15 minutes of fame." "The creativity of the Hypercube finalists is actually astonishing and it is for them a unique opportunity to deploy their talents on stage before the members of the community Hypercube," stated Jeff Parent. "It will be exciting to see over the next year that the winners get their cube."
Several judges Hypercube, who had the difficult task to evaluate the 500 finalists and choose the 50 winners have participated in the evening in the three cities and meles are the finalists and winners. The independent jury was composed of three judges and three English speaking judges. Dustin Rabin, a reputed Canadian concert photographer and Hypercube judge, took part in the evening in Toronto.
"Hypercube was a great experience for me and the other judges because it gives us the chance to see for ourselves the talented creators in Canada," says Dustin Rabin. "Some of the auditions were so unique and innovative. It's fantastic to see the winners the good news tonight".
Follow peripeties Hypercube winners blog about their lives with the cube address www.hypercube.ca.
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List of 13 winners in Quebec and their city:
Anne-Marie Venne, Gatineau
Delphine Bergeron, Laval
PHLASH Tha Montreal
Aymeri Jean-de Magistris, Montreal
Mike Giles, Montreal
Natalie Jobidon, Montreal
Eric Lafontaine, Montreal
Allison Moore, Montreal
Josee Rivest, Montreal
Guillaume Boudreau, Montreal
Jean-Philippe Faucher, Quebec
Amelie Paul, Sainte-Dorothee
Francis Levesque, Sorel-Tracy
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